Pinson ticks all the boxes – great food, relaxed ambiance and gorgeous décor. This hugely popular café continues it’s mission to bring fresh, vegetarian / vegan, organic meals to Parisians, expats and visitors alike. Perfect for anyone with allergies as their food is wheat and dairy free without any compromise on taste given their commitment to seasonal and local produce as the mainstay of their dishes. The brunch on Sunday is usually packed with the local cool crowd but welcomes families too, with cheerful staff on hand, although it may be an idea to go off peak when less frantic to give little ones a bit more space. For a spot of delicious nutritious lunch you can’t beat it and the coffee and cake options are equally satisfying. The set lunch menu changes daily, including starter, main and dessert. Cafe Pinson can also be found at 58 RUE DU FAUBOURG POISSONNIÈRE, 75010.
Mon - Fri 9am - 10pm | Sat 10am - 10pm | Sun 12pm - 6pm
This high end fast food company focuses on health and wellness which is reflected in the wholesome menu of salads, quiches, sandwiches, soups and juices all made from fresh, organic ingredients. It is a great choice for vegetarians - 40% of the menu is vegetarian - and serves gluten free options as standard. There is space to dine in but we prefer to pick up picnic supplies which never fails to satisfy. With multiple sites throughout Paris, Cojean is a popular spot for families en route to the park for some al fresco dining and is a tastier more satisfying choice than some of the other less virtuous take out places. They also donate a % of profits to charity in addition to running charitable initiatives which is another reason to stop by.
Photos : COJEAN
This smart little cafe has a loyal following winning Parisians over with their combination of great food and superior coffee. The owners were keen to deliver the relaxed vibe and proper coffee culture they experienced in Melbourne and HolyBelly does just that, serving up delicious grub in a laid back space. Compact and lively, you may need to arrive pronto to secure a seat, but if none are available get a coffee to go. Breakfasts are moreish and filling - the pancakes, savoury or sweet, are heaven - and lunch is healthy and fresh using local suppliers and seasonal ingredients. To keep things interesting and satisfy the locals, the menu changes each month and the weekend specials draw crowds. Kids will be happy with the egg plates served with sides such as sausage, bacon or speciality house baked beans whilst the grown ups savour the quality Belleville coffees on offer. It is an uncomplicated concept and menu and if you can get up early, we suggest you give it a go.
Holybelly are expanding with a bigger site at 5 Rue Lucien Sampaix in Spring 2017.
19 RUE LUCIEN SAMPAIX 75010 | www.holybel.ly
Photos : HOLYBELLY